Friedrich project is the second project dedicated to the landscape,  photographic investigation in this case, which explores this discipline widely experienced by the artists of the XIXth century Romanticism. Especially Caspar David Friedrich who was exploring the sensitive and emotional reactions that the artistic and natural phenomena provoque in the subject.
The sublime is an aesthetic category described as a controlled fear that draws the soul, presented in qualities like the immensity,  infinity, emptiness, loneliness, or silence. It expresses, ultimately, a feeling of pain, distress or fear, that join with the awareness of our smallness and weakness in front of the immensity and the chaos.

Friedrich project nº 121. Photographic copy mounted in aluminum dibond 60 x 90 cm. 2016

Friedrich project nº 148. Photographic copy mounted in aluminum dibond 90 x60 cm. 2016

Friedrich project nº 156. Photographic copy mounted in aluminum dibond 60 x 90 cm. 2016

Friedrich project nº 166. Photographic copy mounted in aluminum dibond 60 x 90 cm. 2016

Friedrich project nº 195. Photographic copy mounted in aluminum dibond 60 x 90 cm. 2017

Friedrich project nº 228. Photographic copy mounted in aluminum dibond 60 x90 cm. 2017

Friedrich project nº 237. Photographic copy mounted in aluminum dibond 60 x 90 cm. 2018

Friedrich project nº 272. Photographic copy mounted in aluminum dibond 60 x90 cm. 2018

Friedrich project nº 279 Photographic copy mounted in aluminum dibond 33 x 100 cm. 2018

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